Start by standing via your feet slightly wider than your shoulders apart, parallel, or slightly outwardly turned.
Jump your feet out and descend into a squat position. Place your left hand in front of you and ensure that it touches the ground.
Maintain your feet parallel and shoulder-width apart.
Forward lunge while assuming an elevated squatting position.
As you leap forward, swing your arms back for momentum and leap as far as possible forward.
Plank Jump OutStart in a plank position on your forearms or, to increase the difficulty.
Your body should be straight from the top of your cranium to the bottom of your ankles.
Begin by assuming the position of a person on their stomach, which is our initial position.
Proceed to lift your body off the ground by drawing your knees into your forearms, as if you were a frog.
Beginning in an inverted countertop position with both feet on the ground, bow your knees.